The Sony Ericsson Jalou Is Available in a Limited Edition Dolce & Gabbana Version

The Sony Ericsson Jalou is a popular handset which is also available in a variant which offers a style and sophistication associated with the name of Dolce & Gabbana. As part of the styling the handset offers an exclusive 24 carat gold plating which is testimony to its sophistication. The handset is a compact unit that measures 73 mm x 45 mm wide whilst being 18 mm thick and weighing 84 g in weight.

The handset is a flip phone which as usual provides two display screens. The external display screen displays time and date information along with caller details, whilst the internal screen displays all the usual information and functionality. The handsets external screen is a 1.3 inch monochrome display screen which is 128 x 36 pixels in size. The phones internal screen is a 2.0 inch TFT display screen that displays 256,000 colours within a 240 x 320 pixel screen size. The unit also includes an accelerometer sensor which automates image aspect orientation.

The handset includes a snapshot style 3.15 mega pixel camera that includes, as part of its offering, geo-tagging capabilities. In addition, video calling functionality is also provided. Video footage can be recorded with this camera and is recorded at QVGA quality and at 15 frames per second and also includes a useful built in video light. Audio and visual entertainment is provided by virtue of the MP4/MP3 media player in addition to a stereo FM radio with RDS. Features included with the media player include Track ID. For further entertainment several games are included with the ability to download additional games if required.

Internet connectivity is provided by virtue of the HSDPA connection, which offers speeds of up to 3.6 Mbps, whilst class 10 versions of GPRS and EDGE are also included. The handset provides both blue tooth and USB connections in addition to the aforementioned connectivity options. The handset also features a useful organiser and voice memo function. Ring and vibration alert options are included with the handset with the ability to download additional polyphonic, MP3, AAC ringtones in conjunction with an included composer which provides the user with the ability to compose their own ringtones.

The Sony Ericsson Jalou Dolce & Gabbana is a unique and unrivalled handset that offers not only effective functionality but a style and sophistication that is second to none. Its 24 carat gold plating sets it apart from other handsets, however its included functionality makes it a useful and viable option.

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Garmin Nuvi 1350t Review
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Connected speakers are currently the electronics industry's biggest hit. However, the market leader in connected speakers is not an audio specialist like Sony, Bose or Pioneer, but rather the online retail giant Amazon.Now nearly three years after Amazon introduced its first Echo speaker, the company has released a second connected speaker with a camera and screen, the Echo Spot.Visually, the Echo Spot could also pass for a designer alarm clock from the 1970s, with a 2.5-inch screen built into the front of an almost spherical casing.As with other devices in the Amazon Echo family, the Spot listens for key words like "Alexa", "Echo" or "Amazon" to then transmit voice commands to the Cloud. Alexa can order you a taxi, answer general knowledge questions, read out the latest headlines, even tell you a joke.Customers of Amazon Music can also listen to sports games or hear live news reports on the Echo loudspeakers. Additional functions are available via apps, which Amazon calls "skills".Users can transform the Echo into a small control centre for a smart home with these apps, for example, and use Alexa to open up the networked garage door or turn off the lights in the storage closet.With a price tag of US$115 (RM447.90), the Echo Spot ranks in the midfield of Amazon's Echo product range. The Echo Spot's screen displays the time or the weather by default, and users can select from among 17 different clock faces, similar to a smart watch.Unfortunately, the screen is surrounded by a thick border, which reduces the usable area of the screen. The Spot is controlled by finger swipes and primarily by voice command, which functioned seamlessly in tests.The display automatically adjusts the brightness level to the surrounding lighting. In addition, the Echo Show contains a night mode where the screen is strongly dimmed. Still, the Spot's night mode can only be activated within fixed times (for example, daily from 10pm to 7am) and not spontaneously by voice command - something Amazon should improve.With a resolution of 480 x 480 pixels, the Spot's screen is suitable for video conferences with other Echo Spots, the Echo Show or smartphones with the Alexa app. Video counterparts appear reasonably sharp on the round display screen and can be understood well via the built-in speakers.Video quality could nevertheless have been better had Amazon not skimped on the quality of the webcam. With the Echo Spot, the camera only provides a VGA resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. The Echo Show, the Spot's big brother, was equipped with a webcam with a 5 megapixel resolution, however.In addition to normal video calls, there is also a so-called "drop-in function" that connects directly to a receiver - provided all participants have given consent. With this function, the Echo Spot can also be turned into a baby monitor. Still, unfortunately only Amazon Chats are supported with this feature and not other services like Skype.Given its round display screen, the Echo Spot is only partially suitable for viewing films. Images are brutally cut off on both the left and right sides in zoom mode, while a thick black border frames the screen from above and below in normal mode, making the actual picture image so small that it's barely recognizable.The quality of the loudspeaker is fully sufficient for voice commands from Alexa and the alarm clock function. However, if users want to play music with the Echo Spot, they would do better to connect the device to a larger loudspeaker or audio system.So far, so good, but what remains unclear from these tests is the primary purpose of the Echo Spot. On the one hand, Amazon is positioning the Spot as a modern radio alarm clock for the bedroom.But important functions like the activation of night mode are far too laboriously configured for this. And on the other hand, data protection activists aren't the only ones who'll ask themselves whether putting a networked device with a built-in video camera in the bedroom is such a good idea.The Spot cuts a better figure on desks, especially when users like to have frequent and simple video chats with the same contacts. But the Echo Spot could become more valuable in the future, namely when more apps from Amazon and third-party providers are better adapted for the Spot's round display screen.- dpa Get the Amazon Echo speaker right now at Lazada.To download the Lazada App and start shopping on your mobile devices, click here
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Sand will leave scratches on the new iPhone 8 screen and Apple 'cut corners' with its sapphire camera lens.That's the opinion of one tech expert who tested the phone's durability.YouTube's JerryRigEverything channel dismantled the new model and scratch-tested the screen using the Mohs scale - a test that uses graded picks to measure the resistance to hardness.He explains: 'Plastic screen phones would scratch at a level three. Glass is usually around a five or a six on the Mohs scale, and real sapphire scratches at a level eight or nine.'The iPhone 8 display screen scratched at a level six, and suffered a deeper groove at level seven,which is the exact same score the iPhone 7 got last year.The expert continued: 'When Apple says 'most durable', they might be talking about impacts or drops instead of scratch resistance.'Even though my screen is impervious to my razor blade, coins and keys, I would still recommend a screen protector - plenty of other dust, minerals and pocket sand are harder than a level six, and can cause micro-abrasions.'But he took real issue with the iPhone's camera lens, which Apple claims to be made from sapphire.It scratched more easily than he expected it to.He said: 'It looks like Apple's still using their own proprietary blend of sapphire. It is indeed aluminum-oxide, which is the ingredients of sapphire. But my Mohs picks and an electron microscope indicate that it is a lower-grade material than the actual pure sapphire that's used in Tissot's premium high-end watches.'It's my opinion that they cut some corners with this sapphire stuff.'The iPhone 8 models come in a series of new colors including gold.Apple said they include the highest-quality video ever for the iPhone and new 'portrait mode' for the camera.Other features include augmented reality gaming.iPhone 8's will start at $699, and the Plus model at $799.They will be out on September 22.
The Samsung E2210 Blue Offers a New Slant on a Popular Handset
The Samsung E2210 Blue Offers a New Slant on a Popular Handset
The Samsung E2210 Blue is a phone which is also known under the pseudonym of hello Kitty. This latest colour variant is an effective addition to the range. The handset comes with a myriad of functionality which ensures that it is utilised effectively by its owner. The handset measures 96 mm x 46 mm wide and is 18 mm thick. This makes the handset compact in every way. It weighs 85 g which means it is also lightweight.The handset comes with a VGA style camera which is able to take images of good quality. The camera operates at 640 x 480 pixels and its images are suitably good enough to display on screen although when printing out may appear slightly grainy. As with most handsets video capture is also provided with this handset and is able to be recorded at 160 x 120 and at 15 frames per second.As with most flip phones this handset comes with two display screens. The external screen is an STN monochrome display screen which is functional and displays time and caller information and is 96 by 96 pixels in size. The internal screen is a 1.77 inch TFT screen which is able to display up to 256,000 colours at a screen pixel size of 128 by 160 pixels. This ensures that images displayed are vibrant and are shown with clarity.The handset comes with a variety of alert types which include vibration and ring, with the additional benefit of being able to download polyphonic and MP3 ringtones should the need arise. A speakerphone is provided with this handset which offers hands-free communication. The phone book is able to hold up to 1000 entries and call records include the last 30 items for dialled, received and missed calls.The handset provides GPRS, EDGE, Blue tooth and USB connectivity. This ensures the handset can be connected to a multiple array of devices as well as providing connectivity for browsing and messaging.Entertainment is provided by the MP4 player and stereo FM radio, which includes FM recording. Downloaded music files can be played on this with ease as well as the ability to listen to regional and national radio stations. The handset comes with a supply of games included within the package. In addition an organiser is provided as well as a voice memo facility and a mobile tracker.The handset is a competent handset which offers technology at an affordable price. The functionality provided ensures that the handset can be utilised for a variety of tasks whilst out and about. Released in May 2009 its popularity has been down to a simple concept of simplicity in design and functionality.
Vancouver's Recon Instruments Acquired by Intel
Vancouver's Recon Instruments Acquired by Intel
Recon Instruments, creator of smart sports glasses and, has been acquired by Intel.The companies announced this morning they closed the deal Tuesday, although terms were not disclosed.Recon, which was launched in 2008, successfully spinning off technology developed at the University of BC, created the first heads-up display for eyewear, even before Google Glass made its first and somewhat limited appearance.Co-founded by Dan Eisenhardt, the company's CEO along with CTO Hamid Abdollahi, Recon released its first consumer HUD technology in ski and snowboard goggles that delivered GPS and other data to a tiny screen in front of the user's eye.In a post on the acquisition, Eisenhardt said the company and staff will remain in Vancouver. He said joining Intel will give Recon the resources it needs to develop its smart eyewear business."Not only is this a huge milestone for us and a pivotal event in the consumer electronics industry; we at Recon believe this is also a tremendous opportunity that will lead to amazing things, just as much for us as for our customers," Eisenhardt said in the post."...As part of Intel, we'll have the resources to continue the mission we began with the creation of Recon in 2008, but with a level of efficacy and speed that's beyond the reach of a pioneer in a new market. We'll stay right here in Vancouver, and we'll retain our talent, our brand, and our entrepreneurial spirit," said Eisenhardt, who was an internationally competitive swimmer and first conceived of the idea for a heads-up display for swimming.Most recently, after a successful online fundraising campaign, , smart glasses for biking and other sports that have a tiny display screen that's the equivalents of a 76 centimetre (30-inch screen) viewed from two metres away. The Recon Jet has a camera that shoots stills and video, built-in GPS and other sensors including an accelerometer, gyroscope, altimeter, barometer, and magnetometer. TheJet also hasANT, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi wireless connectivity and can be paired with a smartphone for text message, caller ID and posting to social media networks.Acquiring Recon gives Intel a considerable boost in the fast-growing wearables market."This acquisition gives Intel a talented, experienced wearable computing team that will help us expand the market for head mounted display products and technologies," Josh Walden, senior vice president and general manager of Intel's New Technology Group said in a release."Customers and retailers of Recon products can rest assured they'll continue selling, enhancing and marketing their products under the Recon brand without disruption. The team will also partner with Intel's New Devices Group to develop smart device platforms for a broader set of customers and market segments."In this video, Eisenhardt talks about the lean beginnings of the company in a small and unassuming office at the UBC campus, where he and Abdollahi used to try and hide a big stain on the floorwhen visitors arrived for meetings.
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